Monthly Archives: July 2013

SUMMER: HALOUMI CHEESE

 HALOUMI is  salty cheese originating in Cyprus and made from sheep’s or goat’s milk: often grilled or fried because it melts very slowly. A rich source of calcium, haloumi also contains potassium and zinc, and is a great low-fat option.

haloumi

Cypriots swear by eating fresh haloumi with wedges of watermelon for a delicious snack. Because it maintains its shape when cooked, haloumi can be baked, fried or grilled until the outside becomes crisp and golden and the inside melts slightly.

ALL WRAPPED UP – COOKING WITH BANANA LEAVES

SUMMER GRILLING IDEAS
ALL WRAPPED UP – COOKING WITH BANANA LEAVES
For a jump-start in the kitchen, try smoothing curry paste over salmon or
red snapper fillets, or wrap chicken seasoned with soy sauce, black pepper and
chopped cilantro together with any mushroom in season.
Once bundled in banana leaves, you can grill, steam or
bake these all-natural packages.

salmon
Available in the freezer section

Fish Grilled in Banana Leaves with Chili Lime Sauce

lots of great recipes:
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